The House Of Rompa

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Name The House Of Rompa
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Holly Road North, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 1LN
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority CheshireEast
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • The manager continues to promote outstanding practice throughout the setting.

Staff demonstrate an ambitious vision. They consistently evaluate their practice to secure continuous improvement and ensure excellent standards of care and learning for all children. • Children are provided with an excellent range of healthy, well-balanced meals every day.

Staff encourage parents to be involved in menu planning. For instance, parents sample children's meals while attending parents evenings. Children develop an excellent awareness of the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.

They learn about muscle groups and how the body needs food. • Staff ...are exceptionally flexible in their approach to meet the needs of the parents. For example, staff listen and respond to parents' wishes as they extend opening hours to support working families.

• Children are proud to help raise money to support local and international charity causes as they develop their understanding of and empathy for others. Over 3,000 buns were made over a week as part of a 'bakeathon' for a children's charity to raise money. The setting is also involved with an ongoing project where children bring in their one-and two-pence pieces which are collected and sent to Ghana as part of a clean-water appeal.

• Staff have developed highly effective partnerships and good communication with other agencies, professionals and local schools. This helps to ensure well-coordinated strategies are in place to promote children's excellent progress from their starting points. • Children are extremely well engaged, stimulated, and highly motivated to play, explore and learn.

They skilfully make connections between different parts of their life experiences and use their excellent communication and imaginative skills in their play. • Highly effective monitoring and tracking of individual and different groups of children ensures outstanding outcomes. This enables the manager to identify gaps rapidly and provide exceptional support for all children.